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BC Raven's Eye - The Aboriginal Publication of BC and Yukon
has been published since May 1997.

Contributing Editor: Debora Steel

Raven's Eye is now a monthly section within the pages of Windspeaker.


Compiled by Debora Steel
Nuxalk Chief Wally Webber is happy that a traditional mask that was used as a Super Bowl wager by the Seattle Art Museum will be used in Bella Coola for a potlatch in September. It’s only a temporary visit back to the community, however. The...
Compiled by Debora Steel
The Splatsin First Nation near Enderby will share revenues from the Cranberry Creek hydroelectric project, located 25 km south of Revelstoke, thanks to a new agreement with the province. “The Cranberry Creek area is of high cultural value to...
Compiled by Debora Steel
A small piece of land located in the Grange Harbour at Salt Spring Island is causing big headaches  to the developers of Grace Islet. First Nations want it protected because it is a burial place, but the private property owner has begun...
Compiled by Debora Steel
The T’Sou-ke First Nation continues to implement its 100-year vision for its 250-member community with a new business. Three greenhouses are growing wasabi seedlings over the next 15 months. The Pacific Coast Wasabi enterprise will help the...
Compiled by Debora Steel
It’s up to First Nations leaders in British Columbia to decide if their representative on the executive of the Assembly of First Nations should remain in her role now she has declared as a Liberal Party candidate for the next federal election....
Compiled by Debora Steel
The Splatsin First Nation near Enderby will share revenues from the Cranberry Creek hydroelectric project, located 25 km south of Revelstoke, thanks to a new agreement with the province. “The Cranberry Creek area is of high cultural value to...
Compiled by Debora Steel
A small piece of land located in the Grange Harbour at Salt Spring Island is causing big headaches  to the developers of Grace Islet. First Nations want it protected because it is a burial place, but the private property owner has begun...
Compiled by Debora Steel
Nuxalk Chief Wally Webber is happy that a traditional mask that was used as a Super Bowl wager by the Seattle Art Museum will be used in Bella Coola for a potlatch in September. It’s only a temporary visit back to the community, however. The...
Compiled by Debora Steel
The T’Sou-ke First Nation continues to implement its 100-year vision for its 250-member community with a new business. Three greenhouses are growing wasabi seedlings over the next 15 months. The Pacific Coast Wasabi enterprise will help the...
Compiled by Debora Steel
It’s up to First Nations leaders in British Columbia to decide if their representative on the executive of the Assembly of First Nations should remain in her role now she has declared as a Liberal Party candidate for the next federal election....

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